Winter can be treacherous for anyone and effect business in many ways, including the standard issues directly related to snow and ice. However, one large issue that can not only keep customers away but cause large lawsuits if left ignored, is a parking lot covered with snow and ice. To help make sure you are following the law and best practices Young’s Landscape has a division called DY Snow Services which offers snow and ice management services for your commercial property.
Snow and Ice Management
DY Snow Services, LLC.
DY Snow and Ice Management Services
Snow and Ice Management Qualifications
DY Snow Services hires staff that is Accredited Snow Contractors Association (ACSA) Certified as snow and ice professionals. Our team uses Industry “best practices” for not only removing snow and ice from your commercial property but pre-treating your property to help minimize the impact of a snow or ice storm. Best of all, we monitor all of our sites, making sure our contractors are performing to our standards on your commercial property, as opposed to sub-contractors that don’t have the same level of quality.
Our Process for Snow and Ice Management
DY Snow Services’ snow and ice removal process starts with developing a winter service contract that is best suited for your individual commercial property needs. We offer pre-season site inspections, ice warning signs, and post-storm monitoring, as well as snow and ice removal. Our snow and ice removal services include:
DY Snow Services maintains our own fleet of specialized snow equipment that is best suited for snow and ice management of all levels. If you own a commercial property, you should be prepared for whatever New Jersey winters will throw at you. Contact us today to discuss maintaining your property before and after the next snow storm.
** Disclaimer: The term “snow and ice removal” refers to clearing snow and ice to industry standards. The term “Removal” is the commonly used phrase, however, the service is not a 100% removal. It is known in the industry as “snow and ice management.” **